Bags of Bran

Still Anonymous (and glad for it)
March 25, 2010, 1:17 pm
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I just looked at the hit counter on my dashboard feature. WordPress is neat that way: I don’t need Google Spamalytics or tracking software.

The numbers are still very low, and I’m OK with that! I still don’t think I’m contributing, or even ready to contribute, to the conversation. Perhaps in a few years someone will stumble across this site and begin reading, and perhaps at that point I will have enough worthy posts that it will be worth someone’s time to sit and read for a while. It’s hard to compete with two-minute videos of college pranks, cats fighting, cars crashing, and essential movie quotes on YouTube, but is that really the audience I’m after?

If that audience is “Christians,” then probably. Evangelical Christians are, for the most part, as worldly as anything. I’ve met secular folks whose lives are downright monastic because of principles they could articulate. Try to get a Christian to think about whether he should go to a movie or not, or whether the medium “movie” has any significance by its nature. Do things have natures anymore? When did they lose them?


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